Florida State remains static at second place in polls

Florida State Seminoles defeated Virginia 34-20 on Saturday night.

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Baylor, Arizona State and Ohio State all took big steps forward in The Associated Press college football poll after big wins, and Auburn dropped out of the top five after being upset.

For the fifth straight week, the top two are Mississippi State (9-0) and Florida State (9-0). The No. 1 Bulldogs received 49 first-place votes Sunday. The second-ranked Seminoles have 12 and also remained in the same position in the Coaches Poll.

Oregon jumped to No. 3 past Alabama, which remained No. 4. No. 5 TCU also moved up a spot.

Baylor climbed four places to sixth after romping at Oklahoma, 48-14. Arizona State is up four spots to seventh after a 55-31 victory against Notre Dame. Ohio State moved five spots to No. 13 after beating Michigan State 49-37.

Auburn fell 41-38 to Texas A&M, dropping the Tigers from third to ninth.

Oklahoma dropped out of the rankings for the first time since the final poll of the 2009.